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Covid-19 pandemic highlights a crisis of data
This article is part of the MicroScope issue of December 2020
Paul Evans is the CEO of Redstor, an international data management software-as-a-service (SaaS) business. He has grown Redstor from a two-man startup co-founded in the dining room of childhood friend Tony Ruane in 1998, into a market-leading, multimillion-pound business with more than 100 employees in the UK and South Africa. During that time, Redstor has undergone four evolutions, from systems integrator, to cloud distributor, to a backup SaaS company, and now a business that provides a smart, cloud-native, all-in-one data management platform. Recently registered as a Microsoft Strategic Worldwide Gold Partner, Redstor is now sold via an online marketplace with an audience of 40 million. Growth, which now tops 40,000 customers worldwide, is exclusively driven by more than 400 partners. Having successfully navigated a recession, the burst of the dot com bubble and the financial fallout of 9/11, by adapting to help companies transition to the world of online applications, Evans is convinced Redstor is again well-positioned to ...
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Paul Evans, CEO of Redstor, shares his views about why he feels the ‘new normal’ offers unprecedented opportunities